President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM Party leader Raila Odinga through the attorney general of Kenya Paul Kariuki have this afternoon made a move that has stunned many kenyans and left many struggling to understand.
As Citizen TV reports, the attorney general has made a decision to withdraw the application for appeal that he had made in the court recently where he had declared the intention to appeal against the High Court ruling.
Although it is not clear to this writer and other Kenyans out there on what the ruling means, it left many kenyans reacting massively with a majority calling on the BBI proponents to abandon the process, terming it non essential. Others simply wheeled away in celebration saying that common sense has finally prevailed.
Laban: Professor Kivutha Kibwana said that THE JUDGMENT WAS COMPREHENSIVE AND EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TO APPEAL.
Calvin: Finally some common sense. Free advice LET IT GO!!! Wanjiku doesn't need it.
Elaji: The AG has misadvised the government now see he is as naked as the government he has advised, learned but not learned as my grandma would say.
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